Today’s News Minute | October 28, 2022

Elon Musk isn’t wasting any time cleaning house following his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter. On his first day on the job, Musk had Twitter’s former executive team escorted out of company’s offices.

Arizona’s Republican gubernatorial candidate, Kari Lake, blasted the media for running with a phony story that she had orchestrated a Watergate-style break-in of her opponent’s campaign headquarters, while not reporting that she had opened an 11-point lead over fading Democrat Katie Hobbs.

Pennsylvania Republicans have raised alarms over a report that the state has sent out 250,000 ballots to voters with unverified IDs.

And police say that those nude photos of University of Wisconsin volleyball players that surfaced online last week came from one of the player’s phones.

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Elon Starts Cleaning House

Lake Blasts Media For ‘Garbage, Bullsh*t Story’

Mail-In Mischief In PA

Nude Photos Of Wisconsin Volleyball Team Came From A Player’s Phone 


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